Tenth & Christopher Sts. West Village
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.2,400
ON THE WATERFRONT! Two and a half story wooden clapboard house on charming one-block street in the far West Village. Built in 1849, this was formerly an oyster house - a popular gathering place in the mid 19th century.Ground Floor: Commercial space, formerly a video store. Separate entrance at 392 West Street. Delivered vacant. Second Floor: Living room, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen.Wooden staircase from living room leads to dormitory-style sleeping loft with large skylight facing the water. Residential floors have separate entrance at 6 Weehawken Street.Fabulous views of Hudson River.Possibility of two additional floors.Building needs work.
Living in West Village
The West Village sprawls westward from Greenwich Village, bordered by Chelsea to its north. This historic district features elegant pre-war brownstones, cobblestones and tree-lined alleyways. Its ramshackle streets wind their way in a somewhat quirky layout that’s a pleasure to explore; you may even find yourself at the corner of Waverly Place and Waverly Place. With cozy bookstores, outdoor cafés and eccentric antique shops lining the twisting alleyways, you’re forgiven for thinking you’ve wandered into a forgotten corner of Paris. The neighborhood also includes the chic Meatpacking District enclave along the river, with its famed nightlife and luxury hotels. Residents enjoy close proximity to nearly all major subway lines in neighboring Greenwich Village and Union Square.